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November 26, 2014

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle feeds, educates with culinary program

IFFS culinary students prepared Thanksgiving meals for children in low-income areas and seniors.Read More▸

November 25, 2014

SearStone Residents Donate 1,600 Pounds of Food to Inter-Faith Food Shuttle

Residents of SearStone retirement community generously donated unused dining credits that were then used to purchase 1,600 pounds of food for IFFS.Read More▸

November 24, 2014

Chef Terri’s 10 steps to carving the perfect Thanksgiving turkey (with video)

Chef Terri's step-by-step guide to carving your Thanksgiving turkey is a perfect tutorial whether you’re new to carving, or just want a refresher course.Read More▸

November 21, 2014

Gene Nichol: In North Carolina, a War on the Poor

Though Nichol credited nonprofits working on behalf of the poor like IFFS, he urged a more political approach such as voting & Moral Monday demonstrations.Read More▸

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November 20, 2014

NEW LEADERSHIP ROLES AT INTER-FAITH FOOD SHUTTLE FOCUS ON FOOD SYSTEM CHANGE

IFFS Board of Directors announce Jill Staton Bullard will transition to a community development role.Read More▸

November 18, 2014

Building a Hoop House at Tryon Road Teaching Farm

IFFS Incubator Farmer Kristina Wilhelmson (Red's Farmstand) writes about the day the hoop house was built at Tryon Road Teaching Farm.Read More▸

November 17, 2014

Raleigh’s Erin White helps build a foundation of healthy food

White picked a section of the city connected by Raleigh City Farm & Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. Events included lectures, demonstration gardens & more.Read More▸

November 17, 2014

Why a star football player traded NFL career for a tractor

Former UNC & NFL star Jason Brown talks with CBS News about why feeding the hungry inspired him to give up the football field for acres of farmland.Read More▸

November 13, 2014

How a national food policy could save millions of American lives

How we produce & consume food has a huge impact on Americans’ well-being than any. The food system and resulting diet damage our health, land, water & air.Read More▸

November 12, 2014

Former Tar Heel, NFL player donates thousands of pounds of sweet potatoes

Jason Brown, a former NFL star & UNC standout, has donated thousands of pounds of sweet potatoes to help those in need & Saturday, the giving continued.Read More▸

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